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Old 05-28-2013, 03:14 PM  
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Anyone know where I can get these bars or what to make them out of? The photo attached has the bars on the 2x2 windows. I cannot find them anywhere. Thanks,

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Try a local welding shop.

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Thanks,

My hillbilly brother-in-law can weld. Looks to be just 1/4 square tubing? Painted with truck bedliner?
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Thanks,

My hillbilly brother-in-law can weld. Looks to be just 1/4 square tubing? Painted with truck bedliner?
I would suggest powder coating, but bed liner would work I guess. Depends on how nice you want it to look.
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here is a better photoClick image for larger version

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House looks fairly new, find and ask the builder. Likely the handrail people.
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+1 Go to some handrail or ironwork fabrication folks.

With the right measurements, should be an easy set up.


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